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general public and the conflict in aleppo, syria, have russian forces conducted repeated attacks against civilian targets? >> based on open source reporting, it appears that they have. >> do you believe based on your knowledge, again, acquired through open sources and your just general knowledge of yee geopolitics that russian military forces could conduct a repeated attack against targets in aleppo, syria, without the express direction of vladimir putin? >> it seems intensely unlikely to me, senator. >> and, again, all of your answers you just gave are based on open sources, unclassified. >> yes, sir. >> okay. the second question i have is -- and i think you've already said you accept this as a fact -- that there is, indeed, an effort by russian intelligence and f others associated with the russian government to sow, to conduct a campaign of active measures in the united states designed to sow doubt about the credibility of our elections and our democracy, to sow divisions and chaos in our politics, to undermine the credibility of political leaders and the like, you agree with t
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
you look at what happened to aleppo and the destruction of syria from the civil war, it is such a tragedy. it, is there any sense on your part that may be else we could do that we did not do? or we did not do it in time? us is a tragic situation that the united states did not have other ways to prevent and the ways that i think were attempted. i think the right approach is a political transition. we tried to foster that. that is what you saw secretary kerry trying to do with the russians. they did not go along with that. that was the right approach to take. neither the russians nor a sod -- assad. to donot expect assad that but the russians said they would try to promote that. that was a reasonable thing for them to do in a reasonable thing for us to attempt to work with them on but that is not what they did. as the protection of our own people from terrorists in iraq and syria, which is my responsibility, we have done what i recommended in what i thought was necessary and what i think is going to succeed in destroying isil. charlie: what is it do you think drives let a mere putin
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
in aleppo. i find it discouraging, your inability to say that, which sing globally accepted. >> putin wants to be our enemy. he needs us as his enemy. he will never be our partner and he believes that strengthening russia means weakening america. >> is vladimir putin and the russians looking at all of this and saying we've done a really good job of creating chaos, division, instability in the american political process? >> i have no doubt that the discourse that's been taking place is something that vladimir putin would look at and say, wow, that was among the objectives that i had. >> let me bring back my panel. the heart of the story is the -- is a man who has been at the center of controversy involving russia and that's michael flynn, the national security advisor and someone that seems to present some unease request with other members of the republican foreign policy assessment. >> and i would say, one of the seven hearings this week, one of the people who does not need to be confirmed. so look, i think this is the point here i made earlier. this is where there's smoke y
PBS
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
the consequences of their doubling down in support of assad. >> you saw in aleppo, well, a continued lawyer of people. and a continued drive towards extremism among those who oppose assad. so that's not what they said they would do. they did something different. the other thing they said they would do is fight isil, that is not what they are doing. they are fighting mostly the moderate opposition. so it's very hard to associate ourselves and certainly we have not cooperated in that because it's not aligned with our interests. we do have a military to military channel to make sure we don't create incidents with one another. that's very professional. it works very well. but in the larger sense, because they haven't done what they said they would do, we haven't been able to associate ourselves with what they are doing. >> rose: it has been argued by diplomats and the state department that they needed more leverage on the ground in order to have some diplomatic effort. and they simply didn't have it. they put together that in terms of a criticism of our military presence on the ground t
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00am PST
commentary after the other. not being able to put his arms around the hands of barrel bombs in aleppo or bypassing the sanctions on russia. >> were you heartened by the fact that he seemed to understand the importance of nato? >> well, he did -- he did seem to come back to that. i know that when i first -- >> this just more of a general question from where you sit. isn't that one of great challenges for the incoming administration to convince europe, nato and the world that they respect that organization that, they respect that audience? >> absolutely. members of nato are very nerv s nervous, very disturbed, not sure that incoming president understands article 5. is going to stand up when there is a problem or understands the nations that have recently come into nato that we're goingo therwith latvia and lithnia. >> again, i understand why you're voting against him. i'm relieved when i heard him say that he considered article five involvable. >> i was glad to hear. that when i spoke to him in my office and asked him about how he would respond if russia were to invade those states, he sai
CBS
Jan 12, 2017 11:35pm PST
should not be hard to say that vladimir putin's military has conducted war crimes in aleppo because it is never acceptable you would agree for a military to specifically target civilians which is what's happened through the russian military and i find it discouraging your ability -- >> marco, marco, i'll take it from here. mr. tillerson, thank you so much for being here today, sir. >> thank you for your time and look forward to your questions. >> stephen: sir has anyone ever told you you have the rich, buttery texan voice that makes you sound like a wealthy car dealership owner with a heart of gold at secretly saves the town football team? >> yes, sir. >> stephen: a total layup -- given what vladimir putin has done in chechnya, syria and the ukraine, let me ask you this simple question, is vladimir putin a war criminal? >> i would not use that term. >> stephen: all right. then what term would you use, sir? take a look at this picture. would you use the term shaved vampire? how about the term that painting from ghostbusters two but with man? >> ip not in a position to be able to make that
, including their precision-guided weapons against hospitals in aleppo -- the list goes on and on, of the atrocities that have been committed by vladimir putin, while we, again, try a reset -- i've watched three presidents commit themselves to a new relationship with vladimir putin. all three have been an abysmal failure. should we ignore the lessons of history in our relationship with vladimir putin, and what should we be doing? james mattis: chairman, history is not a straitjacket, but i have never found a better guide for the way ahead than studying the history. since yalta, we have a long list of times we have tried to engage positively with russia. we have a relatively short list of successes in that regard. and i think right now the most important thing is that we recognize the reality of what we deal with, with mr. putin, and we recognize that he is trying to break the north atlantic alliance, and that we take the steps -- the integrated steps, diplomatic, economic, military, and the alliance steps, working with our allies, to defend ourselves where we must. sen. mccain: you are a
CBS
Jan 12, 2017 11:00pm PST
hard to say that vladimir putin's military has conducted war crimes in aleppo because it is never acceptable you would agree for a military to specifically target civilians which is what's happened through the russian military and i find it discouraging your ability -- >> marco, marco, i'll take it from here. mr. tillerson, thank you so much for being here today, sir. >> thank you for your time and look forward to your questions. >> stephen: sir has anyone ever told you you have the rich, buttery texan voice that makes you sound like a wealthy car dealership owner with a heart of gold at secretly saves the town football team? >> yes, sir. >> stephen: a total layup -- given what vladimir putin has done in chechnya, syria and the
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 4:30am GMT
people from aleppo. syrians from aleppo, with an iraqi in charge. but later on in came canadians, i met some moroccan and german people, i met some canadians, i met an australian guy. these were converts, were they? i didn't ask them how they came to islam. when you say they were germans and so on, were they germans who were of arab origin, for instance? yes, he was a moroccan guy. he probably wasn't a convert, but a born—again, you could say. these were people that had recently discovered an enthusiasm for islam, it doesn't mean they are converts. you say cia, cia, because i have to say you speak fluent arabic and they thought one of the reasons why your arabic were so good was you had been trained by the cia? yeah. thejudge, when i first escaped they brought me to islamic court. the islamic courtjudge began asking me questions about my education in islam. i told them i had been in yemen. what were you doing in yemen, where did you study in yemen, he asked me? in order to fight the jihad, can anybody fight the jihad? isaid no, you need to special education in islam to fight the j
CBS
Jan 12, 2017 11:00pm EST
should not be hard to say that vladimir putin's military has conducted war crimes in aleppo because it is never acceptable you would agree for a military to specifically target civilians which is what's happened through the russian military and i find it discouraging your ability -- >> marco, marco, i'll take it from here. mr. tillerson, thank you so much for being here today, sir. >> thank you for your time and look forward to your questions. >> stephen: sir has anyone ever told you you have the rich, buttery texan voice that makes you sound like a wealthy car dealership owner with a heart of gold at secretly saves the town football team? >> yes, sir. >> stephen: a total layup -- given what vladimir putin has done in chechnya, syria and the ukraine, let me ask you this
CBS
Jan 12, 2017 11:00pm EST
aleppo because it is never acceptable you would agree for a military to specifically target civilians which is what's happened through the russian military and i find it discouraging your ability -- >> marco, marco, i'll take it from here. mr. tillerson, thank you so much for being here today, sir. >> thank you for your time and look forward to your questions. >> stephen: sir has anyone ever told you you have the rich, buttery texan voice that makes you sound like a wealthy car dealership owner with a heart of gold at secretly saves the town football team? >> yes, sir. >> stephen: a total layup -- given what vladimir putin has done in chechnya, syria and the ukraine, let me ask you this
PBS
Jan 12, 2017 6:00pm PST
weapons on hospitals and aleppo, the list goes on. he is doing that with a country that is very weak economically and so we need to have a return to peace through strength. we will be glad to talk to vladimir putin but only from a position of strength. >> does mr. trump understand this? >> i don't know. >> what is your overall impression? there was a conflict between esther trump and cnn? he accuse them of fake news and things like that. what is your overall impression besides these particular remarks about russia and election hacks? >> i will be as brief as possible. president-elect trump has changed the way politics are conducted in the united states. with the use of twitter, with -- this was the first press conference in five months he has held. that is unheard of. he is able to energize his base of support. at the same time his approval ratings are lower than any president in modern times as he assumes the office of the presidency. so we are seeing an unusual time in american politics and a very polarized america. i would like to see him reach out. for me to criticize what he has
CNN
Jan 12, 2017 4:00pm PST
aleppo and the russian military you are still not prepared to say vladimir putin and his military have violated the rules of war and have conducted war crimes in aleppo. >> those are very, very serious charges to make and i would want to have much more information before reaching a conclusion. >> it should not be hard to say ta vladimir putin's military has conducted war crimes in aleppo and i find it diskourning your inability to cite that. >> what concerned you the most from your line of questioning? >> i stated that already. i think it's important if you're standing for moral clarity that you be clear. >> reporter: rubio and several other republicans including senator john mccain are concerned with trump's praise of putin and they are uncertain that tillerson would take a harder line as secretary of state. >> if you want a better deal with russia, you better punch russia in the face. >> reporter: but tillerson's nomination may be saved by democrats on the committee who are still open to backing him. >> could you vote for tillerson? >> i -- i'm not ruling that out at all. >> manu, wh
MSNBC
Jan 12, 2017 8:00am PST
absolutely a violation of the law of war. >> based on information and the conflict in aleppo and syria, have russian forces performed repeated attacks on civilians? >> they have. >> based on your sources and general knowledge, is it your knowledge that russian military forces could conduct repeated attacks without the express direction of vladimir putin. >> it seems intensely unlikely to me, senator. >> and all of the answers you gave are based on open sources, unclassified? >> yes, sir. >> the second question and i think you said you accept as a fact that there is indeed an effort by russian intelligence and others associated with the russian government to come dubt a campaign of activity measures in the united states designed to sew dout about our elections and democracy, to undermine the credibility of political leaders and the like, you agree in that assessment, that we are in the throes of an active measures campaign that is certainly ratcheted up? >> it's a longstanding effort of the russians and frankly there are others others out there engaged in a similar set of activiti
CNN
Jan 12, 2017 8:00am PST
, in the conflict in aleppo, syria, have russian forces conducted repeatedly attacks against civilian targets. >> based on open source reporting, it appears they have. >> do you believe based on your knowledge, again, acquired through open sources and your just general knowledge of geopolitics, that russian military forces could conduct a repeated attack against targets in aleppo, syria, without the express direction of vladimir putin? >> it seems intensely unlikely to me, senator. >> and again, all of the answers you just gave are based on open sources, unclassified? >> yes, sir. >> okay. the second question i have is, and i think you've already said you accept this as a fact, that there is indeed an effort by russian intelligence and others associated with the russian government to conduct a campaign of active measures in the united states designed to sow divisions and chaos in our politics, to undermine the credibility of our leaders and the like, do you agree with that assessment, that we are in the throes of an active measures campaign that probably reppredates this camp
FOX News
Jan 12, 2017 8:00am PST
the american public, in a conflict of aleppo, syria, have russian forces conducted repeated attacks against civilian targets? >> based on open source reporting it appears they have. >> do believe, based on your knowledge again acquired through open sources and your general knowledge of geopolitics, that russian military forces could conduct a repeated attack against targets in aleppo, syria, without the express direction of vladimir putin? >> it seems intensely unlikely to me, senator. >> again, all of the answers you just gave are based on open source is unclassified. >> yes, sir. >> the second question i have, and i think you've artie said that you accept this as a fact, that there is indeed an effort by russian intelligence and others associated with the russian government to so, to conduct a campaign of active measures in the united states designed to so doubt about the credibility of our elections and our democracy, to sew divisions and chaos in our politics, to undermine the credibility of political leaders and the like. you agree with that assessment, that we are in the throe
MSNBC
Jan 12, 2017 7:00am PST
guided weapons against hospitals in aleppo. the list goes on and onf the atrocities that have been committed by vladimir putin while we again try a reset. i've watched three presidents commit themselves to new relationship with vladimir putin. all three have been an abysmal failure. should we ignore the lessons of history in our relationship with vladimir putin and what should we be doing? >> chairman, history is not a straight jacket but i've never found a better guide for a way ahead by studying the history. since yalta, we have a long list of trying to deal with russia and we have a short list of success. we should recognize he's trying to break the north america eye lines and we take the diplomatic, military and alliance steps, working with our allies to defend ourselves where we must. >> you are a distinguished student of history and as we're all aware that following world war ii, a world order was established, which has held for basically the last 70 years. do you believe that that world order is now under more strain than it's ever been? >> i think it's under the biggest att
CNN
Jan 12, 2017 7:00am PST
, including their precision guided weapons against hospitals in aleppo, the list goes on and on of the atrocities that have been committed by vladimir putin while we again try a reset. i've watched three presidents commit themselves to new relationship with vladimir putin. all three have been an abysmal failure. should we ignore the lessons of history in our relationship with vladimir putin? and what should we be doing? >> chairman, history is not a straitjacket. but i've never found a better guide for the way ahead than studying the history. since yalta, we have a long list of times we've tried to engage positively with russia. we have a relatively short list of successes in that regard. and i think right now the most important thing is to recognize the reality of what we deal with, with mr. putin, and we recognize that he is trying to break the north atlantic alliance, and that we take the steps, the integrated steps, diplomatic, economic, military, and the alliance steps, working with our allies, to defend ourselves where we must. >> you are a distinguished student of history. and a
rex tillerson is the person to do it. >> martha: given what we know about aleppo and some of russia's involvement in these heinous crimes why do you think he would have to be reluctant to call him a war criminal in that forum who will potentially be our secretary of state. >> i don't know about the definitions in the international courts. what we all know is vladimir putin is a bad actor, a thug, a bully. he is just trying to get credibility that he doesn't have. he is looking for respect and relevance. he doesn't deserve it and he won't get it from me or the members of the senate foreign relations committee and certainly not from the new administration. you need to deal with people around the world. that's the job of the secretary of state. advise the president. deal with international leaders, use american leverage as you can and make sure that america's strength is projected as we're the most -- strongest and most respected country around the world. that strength has been diminished as has that respect over the last eight years. >> martha: he believes he can rebuild that and spoke
CBS
Jan 12, 2017 4:00am PST
military have violated the rules on of war and have conducted war crimes in aleppo. >> those are very, very serious charges to make and i would want to have much more information. before reaching a conclusion. >> i find it discouraging your inability to cite that which i think is globally accepted. >> reporter: rubio has not yet decided whether to support tillerson. if he votes no, that could put tillerson's confirmation at risk with a divided senate. tillerson said the two nations will probably never be friends. >> our value systems are starkly different. >> reporter: tillerson also encountered some rough sailing when republican chairman bob koerk asked about lobbying on sakss on russia after it invaded crim crimea. >> i never lobbied against the sanctions. to my knowledge exxon mow big never lobbied against the sanctions. >> reporter: but corker reminded him of this. >> i think you called me during this time. >> and menendez said he had evidence he was mistaken. >> i have four lobbying reports totally $4 million as required by the lobbying disclosure act that lists exxonmobil's lobb
aleppo, mr. putin ordered a campaign, he has targeted schools and markets and other civilian infrastructure. it has resulted in the deaths of thousands of civilians. this is not the first time mr. putin is involved in campaigns of this time. when he was just appointed prime minister before he was elected, there was a series of bombings and they blamed it on the chechens. he would punish them so he ordered the air force to bomb them. dhey used skype missiles -- sku missiles. they use their explosive bombs that ignite and burn the air breeze and by people -- briefed in people. he used battlefield weapons against civilians and an estimated 300,000 civilians were killed, and the city was completely destroyed. it was a credible body of reporting that all of those bombings were part of a black flag operation on the part of the fsb. if you want to know the motivation, here it is. putin's approval ratings before the attacks, 31%. --er the attacks, it was at what is in the record about what has happened in aleppo you are still not prepared to say vladimir putin and his military have v
ABC
Jan 12, 2017 4:00am PST
, tillerson refused to criticize russia's role in the slaughter of citizens in aleppo, syria. >> is vladimir putin a war criminal? >> i would not use that term. >> mr. tillerson, do you believe that vladimir putin and his cronies are responsible for ordering the murder of countless dissidents, journalists and political opponents? >> i do not have sufficient information to make that claim. >> none of this is classified, mr. tillerson. these people are dead. >> and rubio says he has not yet decided whether he'll vote to approve tillerson's nomination, and without rubio's support, tillerson's confirmation could actually be in jeopardy. >>> and speaking of confirmations, attorney general nominee jeff sessions also had a tough time on capitol hill, especially with black lawmakers. his colleagues, senator cory booker and representative john lewis, were among those warning that sessions has shown hostility towards civil rights. sessions denies accusations of racism and says he's totally committed to freedom and equality for every citizen. >>> defense secretary nominee retired general james mattis i
CNN
Jan 12, 2017 4:00am PST
to acknowledge the terrible human carnage that has occurred because of russian activities in aleppo and syria. we had more than 4 million refugees pouring out of that country. he needed to acknowledge when he was asked about the philippines that the process of shooting people down, thousands of young men without any type of judicial process is contrary to our values. there needed to be a sense that he understood the core values of america and have america lead the world in very troubled times. >> did you believe the answer that he and the president elect have not discussed this area of policy? me meaning russia. >> exxon had huge interests in russia. one of the reasons that you would think that trump selected him is because he is very close to putin and so it didn't seem like he was speaking in a straightforward manner. >> all right. so you're on a committee that's going to give you the clearance to know what's going on on the intel side. clapper coming out saying we didn't leak. what do you make of this story about what was included in the briefing to the president elect and why it
CBS
Jan 12, 2017 3:12am PST
military have violated the rules of war and conducted war crimes in aleppo? >> those are very, very serious charges to make, and i would want to have much more information before reaching a conclusion. >> i find it discouraging your inability to cite that, which i think is globally accepted. >> reporter: rubio has not yet decided whether to support tillerson. if he votes no, that could put the oil executive's confirmation at risk in the narrowly divided senate. rubio has previously criticized tillerson, who has known putin for years, for accepting an order of friendship from the russian president, but today tillerson said the two nations will probably never be friends. >> our value systems are starkly different. >> reporter: tillerson also encountered some rough sailing when republican chairman bob corker asked about lobbying against sanctions on russia after it invaded crimea. >> i never lobbied against the sanctions. to my knowledge exxonmobil never lobbied against the sanctions. >> reporter: but corker reminded him of this. >> i think you called me during this time. >> reporter:
FOX News
Jan 12, 2017 3:00am PST
putin and military have violated rules of war and have conducted war crimes in aleppo? >> those are very, very serious charges to make and i would want to have much more information before reaching a conclusion. ainsley: rex tillerson will have second hearing in just a few hours. congressman who rehung the painting of police depicted as pigs on capitol hill throwing another punch in the fierce fight to democrat lacy clay rehung picture and now demanding action from speaker paul ryan sending a letter saying this, if you don't like a painting in a display, you simply move on to the next one, you don't take it down. lacy filed theft charges against congressman hunter after he took the picture down. the painting is still hanging. there's this first lady michelle obama is moving out of the white house in just eight days but still be on hand to help the lady taking her job. >> we are going to be supportive to the trump administration as much as we can be, i'm available for melania, for ivanka for anyone to give advice that they get through this thing whole and healthy. >> she already spoke to
MSNBC
Jan 12, 2017 3:00am PST
not yoos thuse that >> let me describe a phrase in aleppo and maybe help you reach that conclusion. >> i understand there is a body of record in the public of domain and i'm sure a body of record in the classified record of domain and in order to deal with a serious question like this, i would want to be -- >> pictures of -- >> totally informed before advising the president. >> it's never acceptable, you would agree, for a military to specifically target civilians which is what happened there through the russian military and i find it discouraging, your inability to cite that, which i think is globally accepted. do you believe that vladimir putin and his cronies are responsible for ordering the murder of countless dissidents, journalists, and political opponents? >> i do not have sufficient information to make that claim. >> are you aware that people who oppose vladimir putin wind up dead all over the world, poisoned, shot in the back of the head, and do you think that was coincidental or quite pob possible or likely, as i believe, they were part of an effort to murder his politica
CNBC
Jan 12, 2017 6:00am EST
? >> i would not use that term. >> what's publicly in the record about what's happened in aleppo and the russian military, you're still not prepared to say vladimir putin, his military, have violated the rules of war and have conducted war crimes in aleppo? >> those are very, very serious charges to make, and i would want to have much more information before reaching a conclusion. >> i find it discouraging, your inability to cite that, which i think is globally accepted. >> rubio saying there he finds it discouraging. at the end of the very long hearing, he told report erers t ultimately he hasn't decided yet how he'll vote on tillerson. this gets technical, but there's a process by which the committee could pass tillerson on to the full senate even if they don't have a majority of votes. they could report it out unfavorably and send it to the senate. that would be a very rare thing here. so marco rubio has a lot of power here in sort of determining the fate of rex tillerson's nomination to be donald trump's secretary of state. >> eamon, that was a full-on gotcha question. that first
FOX Business
Jan 12, 2017 6:00am EST
putin and his military had violated the rules of war and connected with war crimes in aleppo. those are very serious charges to make i would want to have much more information before reaching a conclusion. speemac later said that he is undecided on whether he will actually vote to confirm him gentlemen, good to see you. thanks for joining the conversation. what did you make between that battle of that between them yesterday. he sounded like was a senator of those i can support him. to support him. the one thing about his questioning the u.s. government has not declared vladimir putin a war criminal. but the president secretary of state the current ones had not declared him a warm -- work criminal. to ask a secretary of state nominee get to be confirmed for a president who is yet to be integrated to set a new russia policy seems to be like grandstanding actually on his part. he answered it while though. >> it was a pointed question but he came across while measured. it wasn't going to get cornered by marco rubio. he essentially said i played this game before and i'm as good if not be
CNN
Jan 12, 2017 3:00am PST
military have violated the rules of war and have conducted war crimes in aleppo. >> those are very, very serious charges to make and i would want to have much more information. >> the attack on aleppo is public demain. >> grilling his world view of russia in this heated exchange. >> are you aware people wind up dead all over the world poisoned shot in the back of the head. >> people that speak up for freedom in regimes that are oppressive are often a threat and these things happen to them. tiller is on's nomination is still up in the air. >> are you prepared to be the one republican to vote no. >> i'm prepared to do what is right. i'm not analyzing it from a partisan standpoint. >> the man behind to be the nation's top diplomat even acknowledging he has talked russia policy with the president elect. >> does the president elect agree with you? >> the president elect and i have not had the opportunity to discuss this specific issue or the specific area. >> tillerson broke with donald trump on his trade issues. also trump's campaign called for a ban on muslims from coming into the u.s
FOX
Jan 12, 2017 5:00am EST
, let me describe thee re situation in aleppo andppo a perhaps that will help you reach that conclusion. conus in directed his military toit conduct a devastatingnduct a campaign, he's targetedte schools, markets, not just assisted syrians in doing it s i his military has targetedgete schools and markets and other civilian infrastructure.structur it's resulted in the death ofeao thousands of civilians. >> elaine chao faced aed friendlier group of senators. sr analysts say that's partly p because she's the wife ofef senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. >> this morning a suspect in the deadly double stabbing attan wheaton mall is now inow custody. >> both of the victims died and the suspect is h aof t teen. fox5's melanie alnwick live aln in wheaton with the details. mel. >> reporter: good morning.mornin just 17 years old montgomery county police tell us that tha surveillance video helped them along with eyewitness accounts put this case together. toget one of the things they say is ta that the suspect, thisuspect, ts 17-year-old was actually knownak to police and so once so
violated the rules of war and have conducted war crimes in aleppo? >> those are very, very serious charges to make. i would want to have more information before reaching a conclusi conclusion. >> how did he do? rex tillerson? >> are you asking me or rubio? >> right. >> i think rubio was concernedmeconcerned. we saw tillerson say he wants more information about russia and concerns with human rights violations have been reported on for years. what more he needs is not clear at this point. i think what was very interesting though that may help him is he very clearly said that russia is not america's friend and that we have different values from them. i thought was significantly different from trump. >> i thought he was more hawkish about russia in that moment of the hearing than you heard trump. >> guys, eugene, thank you. don't go far. >>> america's team. so-called america's team is looking for a few good fans. the dallas cowboys want you to hop on their bandwagon. coy wire has details in the bleacher report next. business cards? business cards, brochures, banners... pens? pens, magn
MSNBC
Jan 12, 2017 2:00am PST
? >> i would not use that term. >> well, let me describe a situation in aleppo and perhaps that will help you reach that conclusion. >> i understand there is a body of record in the public domain. i'm sure there's a body of record in the classified domain and i think in order to deal with a serious question like this -- >> mr. tillerson, the attack on aleppo is if the public domain. it's never acceptable you would agree for a military to specifically target civilians which is what happened there through the russian military and i find it discouraging your inability to cite that which i think is globally accepted. >>> after yesterday's hearing, foreign relations committee chairman bob corker announced his support for tillerson's nomination, but ranking democratic ben cardin of maferled says he has more questions as does marco rubio. >> have you decided how are you going to vote? did he answer your questions particularly about russia in particular? >> many of his answers are concerning to me, there's a chance to submit some questions in writing, and we'll do as well. i'll go back. i'll
FOX News
Jan 12, 2017 2:00am PST
and have conducted war crimes in aleppo in. >> those are very, very serious charges to make and i would want to have much more information before reaching a conclusion. >> in washington george walledman, fox news. >> that brings us to look who is talking, senator jeff sessions nothing short of political lynching. >> democrats are calling him by his given name, wink, wink, nod, nod to the civil as if he's a slave-holding plantation owner. ncaa accused him of having trouble history of racial discrimination without offering evidence, but there's evidence to the contrary, as u.s. attorneyty desegregated schools and also prosecuted the head of the alabama clue clucks clan. those facts do not fit narrative. senator session is a good and faithful man and he deserves better to be bullied just because he's a white southern man jimmed jefferson, judge a man by the content of his character, that's what martin luther king said. >> president elect to nominate shulkin. >> he's fantastic, i will do a truly great job. veterans have been treated horribly, they've been waiting in line for 16, 17 da
ABC
Jan 12, 2017 1:37am PST
further citing russia's role in the killing of thousands of civilian in aleppo, syria. >> is vladimir putin a war criminal? >> i would not use that term. >> mr. tillerson, do you believe that vladimir putin is responsible for ordering the murder of countless journalists and political opponents? >> i do not have sufficient information to make that claim. >> none of this is classified. these people are dead. >> reporter: tillerson said they've talked broadly about foreign policy but not about russia. >> i would thought russia would be at the top of that considering all the actions taking place. that did not happen? >> that has not occurred yet. >> pretty amazing. >> reporter: now after more than eight hours of testimony, marco rubio still is not convinced. he says the country needs moral clarity in foreign policy and he's not sure tillerson can deliver. without rubio's support, tillerson may not pass the vote and that could put his confirmation in real jeopardy. mary bruce. abc news, capitol hill. >>> and james mattis is said to testify this morning. immediately after the committee plan
CBS
Jan 12, 2017 1:37am PST
aleppo? >> those are serious charges to make and i would want much more information before reaching a conclusion. >> i find it discouraging your indecision to cite that which is globally accepted. >> this just in tonight obama care one step closer to repeal. the u.s. senate voted 51-48 to aprove a budget resolution that will withdraw major portions of the affordable care act. the house set to vote on that on friday. >> we are still tracking rainfall. and that means additional rainfall totals in some areas that have already received a foot to 20 inches of rain. over the past ten days that would be sonoma county mountains. the rain that's falling right now is light in nature. it's not the heavy rainfall we've seen recently. the steadiest rain falling over san francisco. you can see it stretching over to berkley and richmond. missing oakland by about 5 to 10 minutes. and we're seeing light rain continuing to pile in. we will all get rainfall overnight tonight but totals less than what we've seen recently. santa rosa received more than a foot of rain since the start of the year. a simple
FOX
Jan 12, 2017 4:30am EST
term. >> well, let me describe theet e situation in aleppo andond perhaps that will help youelp y reach that conclusion.onclion. in aleppo mr. putin hasut has directed his military toitar conduct a devastatingdestating campaign, he's targeted schools, markets not justt assisted the syrians in doing dg it his military has targetedar schools market and other civilian infrastructure that'sea resulted in the death ofthe dehf thousands of civilians.ilia >> the transportationrt secretary faced a friendlierdl group of senators.enator analysts say that's becauseause she's the wife of senate majority leader mitch mcconnell.nnel >> happening today eulalioulio tordil will be back in court. police say tordil shot andhond killed his wife at their daughter's high school in thatoa prince george's county back inbi pa going on a shooting rampagethota the next day in montgomeryn mono county and killing two people in separate shootings.e sotin >> 4:33 is the time right now. changes in our future inutre in regards to the weather, right,h, mike thomas.ke >> you are right.ou areight we got a taste of w
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Jan 12, 2017 1:00am PST
describe a situation in aleppo. >> it's his relationship with russia, its president and state owned oil company that has attracted the most criticism. under rex tillerson's leadership, he substantially expanded business with russia. rubio seized on the relationship to probe tillerson's belief on russia. >> you are not prepared to say that vladimir putin and his military have violated the rules of war and have conducted war crimes in aleppo. >> there's so -- those are very, very serious charges. >> do you believe that vladimir putin and his cronies are responsible for ordering the murder of countless dissidents, journalists, political opponents? >> i do not have sufficient information to make that claim. >> tillerson says the u.s. and russia are unlikely to be friends because of their different value system spread he calls the invasion of crimea legal, demanding a stronger response with u.s. provided intelligence, surveillance, and weapons of national security weapons endorsed it. >> there should've been a show of force, military response, a defensive posture. >> tillerson drew criticism
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